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Troubleshooting

On successful External Git repos configuration, the webhook will be sent to the controller each time when one or more subscribed events occurs

Webhooks (for GitHub)

To verify the Github webhook process is successful or failed, perform the below steps:

  • Login to the Github Repo and open the configured folder
  • Click Settings tab and select Webhooks under the Code and automation
  • Click Recent Deliverables to view the Github webhook request and responses

Every Recent Deliveries screen lists the successful (green tick mark) or failed (red mark) deliverables. Also, users can identify the time of each deliverable

  • Request tab provides information on which Headers were sent by GitHub and the details of the JSON payload

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  • Response tab lists how the server replied once it received the payload from GitHub. This includes the status code, the headers, and any additional data within the response body

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Webhooks (for Gitlab)

To verify the Gitlab webhook process is successful or failed, perform the below steps:

  • In your Gitlab project, click Settings -> Webhooks. Users can view all the recent webhook events
  • Select the required webhook and click View details

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  • Response and Request details are shown in the Request Details page along with the Headers sent by Gitlab and the delivered time
  • Click Resend Request to retry the failed webhook events

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Webhooks (for Bitbucket)

To verify whether the Bitbucket Webhook process is successful or failed, perform the below steps:

  • In your Bitbucket project, click Repository Settings -> Webhooks available in the left pane. Users can view all the recent webhook events
  • Select the required webhook and click View requests

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By default, Request history collection is set to Off

  • Click Enable History to view the request logs along with the event history

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  • Click View details to know more about the webhook event requests

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  • You can view the request details here when an event in Bitbucket triggers a webhook

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Create Webhooks

  • To add a Bitbucket Webhook, click Add Webhook

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  • Enter a title and URL of the pipeline created in the controller
  • Provide the required data and click Save

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Edit/Delete Webhooks

Users are allowed to edit/delete the active Bitbucket Webhooks

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